Call for retired social workers to return to work to help vulnerable residents
Retired social workers are being urged by the council to come back to work and help support vulnerable Wandsworth residents through the Coronavirus crisis.
Council offers reassurance on rents and council tax
Town hall finance chiefs in Wandsworth are offering reassurance to residents and council tenants who may find themselves struggling to pay their bills during the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.
Playgrounds close in parks to prevent the spread of Covid-19
Playgrounds, outdoor gyms, toilets and all other facilities in Wandsworth's parks and commons have been closed following the latest guidelines on social distancing.
Steps being taken to limit spread of Coronavirus
Following Government guidance on limiting the spread of Coronavirus, schools are to close to most pupils from the end of Friday, while some council services are being suspended and events postponed to ensure people are kept safe and staff resources can be directed towards supporting the most vulnerable in our community.
Met urges public vigilance around coronavirus-related scams
The Met Police are warning the public to be vigilant to a number of scams being perpetrated by criminals looking to cash in on people’s fears about coronavirus.
Latest information on support for children, families and schools during Covid-19 outbreak
Wandsworth Council’s children’s services department is committed to maintaining support and services for schools and for all the borough’s children, and especially for our most vulnerable children and families, whilst joining the national effort to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
Caught on Camera – CCTV YouTube campaign launches to catch fly-tippers in the act
No one likes a fly-tipper, which is why Wandsworth Council is launching a CCTV appeal to catch litter louts in the act.
Wandsworth delighted by Heathrow judgement
Last year Wandsworth Council joined forces with four local councils, the Mayor of London and Greenpeace, to legally challenge the Government’s decision to favour a proposal for a new north-west runway at Heathrow.
Eco-friendly streetlights upgrade delivers lower carbon emissions
Thousands of street lights on housing estates across the borough are to be upgraded with eco-friendly LED light bulbs that will not only save residents' money but also help the council meet its carbon reduction targets.
Wandsworth Council announces £20m Climate Change investment
Wandsworth Council is spending £20m on its environment and sustainability strategy, as part of its plans to tackle Climate Change.
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